Posts Tagged ‘steak’
Beef & Lamb • Tags: Greek yogurt, grilling, herbes de provence, lamb, lamb steak, steak, yogurt marinade
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Firing up the grill is one of those favored pastimes during the summer. Hot dogs, hamburgers, chicken, fish, vegetables…all good ones. And let’s not forget steak. A good friend hosted a gathering, and I poked around the kitchen musing over what to bring. My freezer was a treasure trove of grill-able goods, including a couple of lamb steaks. You’ll often find lamb paired with yogurt sauce, so with that in mind, I decided to use some of those same ingredients in a marinade. Whisk it together in less than 5 minutes, and you’re ready to go.
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Minty Melonballs, Port Walnuts and Goat Cheese on Endive Leaves, Sausage Stuffed Cremini Mushrooms, Warm Brie with Blackberry Wine Sauce, Mixed Greens with Pancetta, Manchego and Citrus Vodka Dressing, Apricot Grand Marnier Shrimp, Smokey BBQ Steaks, Parmesan Mashed Potatoes and Celeriac, Grilled Asparagus, Brown Basmati Rice with Cranberries and Pine Nuts, Rosemary and Dill Butters, Chocolate Pecan Mint Roll, Sweet Potato Cake with Spiced Pecan Buttercream
Special Events • Tags: asparagus, blackberries, brie, buttercream, celeriac, chocolate, cranberries, dijon, dill, Foodbuzz, goat cheese, Grand Marnier, manchego cheese, Midori, mint, mushrooms, pancetta, pecan, pine nuts, port wine, red wine, rosemary, shrimp, steak, sweet potato, thyme, vodka, whiskey, white wine
When the call went out to Foodbuzzers that it was time for the February 24, 24, 24 event, the idea for our proposal came to mind immediately. Just by looking at the picture above, maybe you can guess what it was. Now don’t get scared. We did more than just whip up drink concoctions by the gallon. No, we did much more. There are great applications for spirits, but of course the ones we are most interested in are cooking and baking. Hence, “A Tipsy Dinner Party” was born.
The world of spirits–liquor, not ghostly apparitions–spans from dark to clear, bitter to sweet, full bodied to light. They are excellent additions to a number of meals. No need to worry about truly being tipsy after a meal peppered with alcohol. Good for us, most if not all the actual alcohol burns off during the cooking process, leaving nothing but flavor.
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